By oakley - 07/01/2017 09:15

Today, I went to start my new job, only to find out that the guy who hired me had no permission to do so. I had to fill out another application, and complete another interview and I still might not get the damn job. FML
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<p>That's a red flag if I've ever seen one. If you can now would be a good time to look for work elsewhere.&nbsp;</p>

Sure hope they did something about that guy, that's just awful to make you go through all that trouble

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Well if it makes you feel any better, you're hired!

Sure hope they did something about that guy, that's just awful to make you go through all that trouble

<p>That's a red flag if I've ever seen one. If you can now would be a good time to look for work elsewhere.&nbsp;</p>

Hopefully, he's reprimanded. I hope you get the job or find something new soon

Definite red flag. Hopefully you are applying to other places of business

If you don't get the job, at least you can use the renegade who hired you as a reference.

That definitely sucks! Depending on your money situation, if I were you I would be hesitant to apply (again) if you would be working with the guy who "hired" you. How would you know he has the authority to ask you to do something? If you do get the job, be sure to get clarification on what that guy is/is not allowed to do so he doesn't get you in trouble for something. Good luck!

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<p>&nbsp;You weren't hired by Kramer were you?</p>

Fired, more like

<p>I'm very curious how that happens. How did he conduct interviews with no one being aware? Was there no paperwork to sign or fill out with HR before you showed up for your first day?</p> <p>I second some of the other commentors though, if there was no process for your hiring that prevents stuff like this from happening, I'd worry about working there, they might be lax when it comes to other things as well.</p>